The near-infrared NIR light used for mapping can be potentially harmful if the wavelengths are not at safe and sufficient levels of radiant intensity. Because of this, it is critical to precisely measure the emitted light. Traditionally, NIR measurements were taken with goniometric equipment. While certainly accurate, this equipment can be bulky and expensive and require time-consuming work. Radiant Vision Systems has developed a solution to this problem with the introduction of the Near-Infrared Intensity Lens. We sat down with Jens Jensen, director of product development at Radiant Vision Systems, to get the scoop on how this measurement lens can ensure safety with minimal time and cost.
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The portable probe assures a constant distance from the skin as well as a fixed illumination angle of incidence; in this way is possible to acquire standardized and reproducible images. Secondary Outcome Measures: Skin electrical capacitance: Leaning the sensor on the skin surface, with a constant pressure thanks to the spring cursor it is possible to perform measures.
Wide-angle IP cameras with 2mm focal length, in general, cover Wide-Angle Security Cameras: Meanwhile, super wide-angle outdoor cameras could sacrifice some details to get wider viewing angles, which makes it harder to identify faces or other small details. Therefore, wide-angle surveillance cameras CCTV or IP with varifocal lens do better to zoom out to cover large areas and zoom in to capture small details, for example, this wide-angle outdoor security camera RLC Simply put, wide-angle IP cameras are more suitable to monitor objects of shorter distance.
Triploidy Other defects with normal karyotype[ edit ] In fetuses with a normal number of chromosomes, a thicker nuchal translucency is associated with other fetal defects and genetic syndromes. The scan is obtained with the fetus in sagittal section and a neutral position of the fetal head neither hyperflexed nor extended, either of which can influence the nuchal translucency thickness. It is important to distinguish the nuchal lucency from the underlying amniotic membrane. Among those fetuses whose nuchal translucency exceeds the normal values, there is a relatively high risk of significant abnormality. Accuracy[ edit ] An increased nuchal translucency increases the probability that the fetus will be affected by a chromosomal abnormality , congenital cardiac defects , or intrauterine fetal demise.